Podcast Episodes

Ep. 475 – Bill Hancock (Executive Director, College Football Playoff)

Bill Hancock has achieved a unique trifecta in college athletics: he was the first director of the NCAA Final Four, first director of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and the first director of the College Football Playoff in an over 50-year-career. Hancock discusses his relationships in college basketball, the reasons behind playing in massive stadiums for ticket availability and how it fostered tournament expansion during an unprecedented growth of the game as well as television rights revenues. Hancock covers the reasons why he feels the BCS was ultimately successful in determining a national football champion, as well as the CFP, which he feels has improve the game as well as increased the chances of exciting football in January. Twitter: @BHancockCFP

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